Positive Behavior Supports

  • The primary method of assisting students at The Richard L. Sanders School with behavior change is the Positive Behavior Support Program (PBS). “Positive” refers to a change of focus from reactive (pointing out what the student did wrong) to proactive teaching and recognizing what children are doing right. It is an overall shift in the school climate to a learning environment where students and staff feel appreciated, safe, and respected; it is a collaborative, proactive, and educative approach. Character education is included in the PBS model.

     

                                                                             An elementary student winning Student of the Month award.